Windsor Telecom is a proud member of the Community Matters Partnership Project, a charity that helps businesses to connect with their local communities. For the past two years, Windsor Telecom has been working with the CMPP alongside many other companies to help give back to communities through a variety of organised volunteer days and fun themed evenings. It’s a great opportunity to provide support to our local communities across Surrey and Hampshire.
Recently four of our colleagues spent the day helping Parkside Aldershot & District Learning Disability, a local charity that provides support to children and adults with learning disabilities. Over the course of the day we renovated their storage shed and spent time tidying up their garden before the cold winter months really set in. At the heart of Parkside is the aims to develop and strengthen its links with local people and organisations, creating opportunities for everyone to be involved and included – we were privileged to help Parkside deliver those opportunities.
We love getting our hands dirty for a worthy cause but it’s also good to support in more relaxing ways. We were recently excited to join CMPP’s fundraising evening at The Aviator in Farnborough. A spectacular Halloween affair, the Windsor Quiz Team held their own amongst other CMPP partners, all accompanied with great food, wine and a charity auction.
Earlier in the year we headed out, armed with clippers, cutters and garden saws to help Yateley Industries tidy up their gardens. Yateley Industries works hard to sustain and increase the opportunities for people with disabilities in rewarding employment. They operate one of the few remaining supported factories that helps vulnerable adults to be paid for meaningful work, helping them progress them into mainstream employment.
Windsor Telecom works hard to make technology easy and enjoyable for our customers, so when we can expand our talents to make lives easier and enjoyable for the communities around us it really makes us smile. We’d thoroughly recommend any business in the Surrey and Hampshire areas to get in touch with the Community Matters Partnership Project, and help them make a difference to our people and communities.